The appears to be more trouble for he immediate past Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu (retd.); and a former Chief of Accounts and Budgeting in the Nigerian Air Force, Air Vice Marshal Jacob Adigun as the government of Nigeria initiates moves to seize two mansions allegedly belonging to the two men.
According to the Punch the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has traced two houses in the highbrow areas of London to Amosu and Adigun.
A reliable source tge newspaper,“We identified a detached house at 93b Shirehall Park, London, NW42QU, belonging to Adigun. The house was bought at the cost of £875,000 (N333,375,000) while we traced another house to 50 Tenterden Grove, NW41TH, belonging to Amosu. The house was bought at over £1m (N381m).”
The Federal Government, through the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation, would write to the government of the United Kingdom to assist in seizing the properties, which were allegedly bought with Nigerian taxpayers’ money, the source said.
He explained, “What we are seeking is how to seize the properties through diplomatic means. It is a process known as Mutual Legal Treaty Assistance.”
According to the UK media, a large number of luxurious mansions in the country are owned by corrupt Nigerians.